"Twitter has blocked the official account of the Hungarian government," the message said.
Kovacs linked the blocking of the account to the publication of the first report on the rule of law by the European Commission.
"It seems that a beautiful new world has finally arrived, in which an absurd incident could occur when technology silences those who have different opinions from liberals," Zoltan Kovacs wrote.
The politician added that the government is awaiting an official response and explanation from Twitter.
Later, Zoltan Kovacs added that after the report of the Vice-President of the European Commission Vera Yurova, Twitter restored the page.
"While Vera Yurova has just presented the absurd and untrue report on the rule of law drawn up by George Soros' European Commission (this will be discussed in more detail by Minister Judit Varga), Twitter has made the Hungarian government's Twitter page available," Zoltan Kovacs said.
So far, there are no official explanations from Twitter about the reason for blocking the site.
As we reported before, Twitter warned the post of US President Donald Trump with an appeal to voters in North Carolina. It says that the post violated social media rules regarding elections